Best way to start NEET preparation
Pacing into the era of the competitions, one finds it really difficult to find the best direction one should to start NEET preparations. Every topper has a different set of advice for the other aspirants. But there is a to-do list common for all aspirants. NEET stands out to be the most difficult entrance examination, the NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST is conducted by MHRD for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in Indian Medical/Dental colleges.
Steps that an aspirant must follow to start NEET Preparation :
Time is priceless for students, one must manage time precisely between the three subjects: physics, chemistry, and biology. Time division must be explicit, though one can devote extra time to the subject he is weak at, a minimum of 1.5 hours is mandatory.
So, what are you planning to study in those 1.5 hours? 1.5 hours per subject need more detailed division now. The first priority must be NCERT, NCERT is the religious books for all students who wish to crack any entrance examination. NCERT helps in making the foundation of your preparations. Once you feel you know and understand each and every line of NCERT, you are ready to switch to higher books for preparation thought the text remains the same, what marks a huge difference is the set of questions. And specifically for Inorganic Chemistry NCERT serves to be life-saving syrup.
Setting small goals helps a great deal in excelling in life be it anything. For studies too one must take up the habit of keeping small goals. Excellence comes when you take every subtopic seriously. For motivation you may ask a friend to join the team and keep you pushing.
Avoid Backlogs & Clear Doubts
For how long can you keep a cooked vegetable preserved and think of eating it later? A day or two after that it is sure to get spoiled the same is with backlogs in studies, don’t leave any topic for after, if you have any backlog your first priority must be clearing backlog. Every day when you sit to study give first 10 minutes to revise what you did yesterday. It helps in increasing learning efficiency. You should clear doubt in the real-time so that your next topic won’t get hampered by previous one.
Planning a Next Day
Paradoxically cracking any entrance examination is a game of 60% planning and 40% hard work. After completing today’s task you must plan the next day’s task.It helps in saving time and moving through a well-planned routine too.
“Practice makes a man perfect”, a well known and much-experimented quote applies here well too. No matter how much you learn you can’t score great unless you practice it. One needs to solve at least 3 practice papers a week. For this you can dedicate one day of the week just for the test papers. There are many model papers available on the internet too.
The energy potion for any goal is to stay positive no matter what happens, one must focus on what he has set out for and the motivation and energy must not decrease midway. BasicFirst helps you to take right path in the right direction by mentoring through the preparation.
You must regular practice regular revision technique. And must follow NCERT first.